wmmmm >*•■■ 1 mm EX LIBRIS m (t)^t&i >®\ SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY GEORGETOWN, TEXAS __ DR. WILLIAM CARRINGTON FINCH To Dr. William C. Finch, for his guidance, friendliness, cooperation and untiring efforts, this book is dedicated. - II i HP Mi ' » - ::,; ; b '■ i; n 11 ■" Mr • - W\ : >M¥ii:m'>' : \ -«wBtee v 5-, • i • ...,_•_ ffij^ ^ wm hm~i -31,1 4 ADMINISTRATION : BUILDING ;.V.| fa" 1 ' "■ " - s| Kfe^' LOIS PERKINS CHAPEL CODY MEMORIAL LIBRARY JIM WEST GYMNASIUM tMkWum LAURA KUYKENDALL HALL MOOD HALL %-% HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING ; ,, " ;*s- .■>• -. J*" PPfl FINE ARTS BUILDING PRESIDENT'S HOME MEMORABLE DAYS NOVEMBER 13 Dedication of Lois Perkins Chapel NOVEMBER 14 Inauguration ot Dr. W. C. Finch, Pres. HDmimsTRHTion DR. WILLIAM CARRINGTON FINCH President of Southwestern University I. J. McCOOK Business Manager M. HOWARD KNOX Director of Public Relations MARY ELIZABETH FOX Director of Publicity DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH Dean of the Faculty College of Liberal Aits DR. HENRY EDWIN MEYER Dean School ot Fine Arts RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON Dean of Women JOHN V. BERGLUND Dean ot Men PEARL A. NEAS Registrar GRADY ANDERSON Director of Admissions B. F. JACKSON, JR. Ex-Students' Secretary BERGQUIST, CARL W. Assistant Professor ot History ANDERSON, GRADY Director of Admissions; Assistant Professor Business Administra- tion and Economics BURTON, W. H. Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Department of Education BARE, THEODORE C. Physical Education; Assistant Coach BOWDEN, IOLA Assistant Professor ot Piano and Theory BERGLUND, JOHN V. Associate Professor of Religion and Church History COMAN. JACK L. Assistant Professor of Piano and Music Education BERGQUIST. CARL O. Instructor in Art DE CSERNA, COLOMAN Acting Associate Protessor of Biology FERGUSON. RUTH Professor of English; Dean of Women CUSTER, JUDSON S. Assistant Professor of Education FOX, MARY ELIZABETH Assistant Professor of Journalism; Director of Publicity DEUPREE, IRENE W. Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Department of Home Economics FRIESEN, A. P. Professor and Head of the Department of Physics DOUGLASS, THOMAS Acting Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Depart- ment of String Instruments GALYEN, ROSEMARY M. Assistant Professor of Physical Education GAUPP. FREDERICK Acting Associate Professor of History and Government / GEE, NADINE Part-time Instructor in Home Economics \ GEPPERT, EUNICE C. Assistant Professor of English HESTER, G. C. Professor and Head of the Department of History and Government; Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences HOWARD, CLAUD Professor and Head of the Department of English; Chairman of the Division of Humanities JACKSON, B. F., JR. Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Religious Education; Executive Secretary of Ex-Student's Association GODBEY, J. C. Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry; Chairman of the Division of Natural and Applied Science JONES, RALPH W. Director of the Band and Orchestra; Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Woodwind, Brass, and Percussion Instruments LENZ. F. W. Associate Professor and Acting Head ot the Department of Foreign Languages McCLISH, JOHN C, JR Professor of Speech and Drama LENZ, MALI G. Assisfanf Professor of Foreign Languages McCOY, J. H. Assistant Professor ot Foreign Languages LUNDBLAD, ELIZABETH R. Assistant Professor ot Business Administra- tion and Economics MEDLEY, R. M. Director ot Athletics; Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Physical Education and Physical Training; Head Coach LUKSA, FRANK E. Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology MEYER, HENRY F. Dean of School of Fine Arts; Professor and Head ot the Department of Piano and Organ MERZBACH, L. H. Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Economics OSBORN, WENDELL L. Acting Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Department of Voice « — ik y - ■ \ n .- ■ ' : s.:» ; y^^m ^^^ PUTT. HARRY A. Assistant Professor of Brass Instruments and Voice RAWLEY, GEORGE R. Librarian RICHARDS, JOHN D. Professor and Head of the Department of Music Education; Director of Southwestern University Choruses SPRINGER, R. ANGUS Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Speech and Drama tl STEELMAN, E. H. Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Bishop Seth Ward Chair of Bible; University Chaplain ULLRICH, O. A. Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology; Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences VALONE, JAMES F.. JR. Acting Associate Proiessor and Acting Head ot the Department of Art WHITMORE, R. M. Acting Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Department ot Mathematics and General Engineering /■ <■;:■■ y WAGGONER, L. J. Associate Professor ot History and Church History f ■ ,/ WILCOX, MARY Assistant Professor and Acting Head of the Department ot Astronomy and Meteorology WATTS, HARRY D. Associate Professor and Acting Head ot the Department of fleiigion and Church History WILLIAMS, M. L. Professor and Head of the Department ot Business Administra- tion and Economics WEBERNICK, NELSON Assistant Professor cf Geology YORK. C. L. Professor and Head of the Department of Biology and Geology Not Pictured: TAYLOR, ETHEL MAE Instructor in English and Education BRIDGES, BEULAH HOWARD Assistant Matron of Laura Kuykendall Hall WILLIAMS, MARGARET TERRY Assistant Matron of Laura Kuykendall Hall HARISS, DOROTHY University Nurse CORNWALL, MARGARET HOWE Head Matron of Mood Hall MARTIN, DR. JOHN R. University Physician SMITH, ELLA HUGHES Head Matron of Laura Kuykendall Hall SEniORS JOHN PAUL SCHULZE PAUL RADER SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President John Paul Schulze Vice-President Paul Rader Secretary-Treasurer Darlene Brucks DARLENE BRUCKS DEWEY MACK BAKER Winters, Texas JAMES KENNETH ADKINS Laredo, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration JOE CHARLES BAKER Winters, Texas B.S. Major: Physical Ed. DAN L. AHLBERG, JR. Georgetown, Texas B.S. ' Major: Physics and Chemistry MARLEE BAKER Austin, Texas B.M.E. Major: Music Ed. RUTH DOLORES ANDEREGG Fredericksburg, Texas B.S. Major: Biology ORAS ANN BEAVER Georgetown, Texas B.A. Major: English RAY HARRIS ARBUCKLE, JR. Elgin, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration RUTH MARY BELL Temple, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics LYNN AVES Spring, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration SUE CAROLINE BIRD WELL Woodbury, New Jersey B.S. Major: Home Economics AUBREY PIERCE BOOZER, JR. Houston, Texas B.S. Major: Physical Ed. MELVIN HENRY BIRKELBACH B.S. Georgetown, Texas Major: Chemistry FANNIE JANETTE BOWMER San Angelo, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics ELLA AIMEE BLANKENSHIP Baton Rouge, La. B.S. Major: Elementary Education RICHARD CARL BRAHM La Marque, Texas B.S. Major : Biology MARY EMMA BLASDEL Richmond, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics ANEITA BRILEY Austin, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics LESLIE ADAMS BOONE, JR. Brownwood, Texas B.A. Major: Speech and Drama JESSIE DARLENE BRUCKS Hondo, Texas B.A. Major: Religious Education MORRIS THAD CAGE, JR. Corpus Christi, Texas PEGGY JO BRYAN Dallas, Texas B.B.A. Major : Business Administration RENA LA REE CALAME Tehuacana, Texas B.S. Major: Elementary Ed. J. D. BURNS Lexington, Texas LESTER RAY CALHOUN Texas City, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration JOSEPH HENRY BURNS Cuero, Texas B.B.A. Major : Business Administration JOHN WESLEY CARDWELL Junction, Texas B.A. Major : Journalism CAROL RICHARD BURTON San Antonio, Texas B.S. Major: Education, History and Gov't. WILLIAM WALLACE CAYARD Port Neches, Texas B.A. Major: Philosophy JAMES STILES BYROM, JR. Georgetown, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration Sppr LAWRENCE J. CESMIROSKY Freeport, Texas B.S. Majoi : Geology SAMUEL DEMOTT CLEAVENGER, JR. El Paso, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration PATSY ANNE CROW Smithville, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics LARRY EDWIN CROWNOVER Llano, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration BETTIE JEANNENE CURTIS Cotulla, Texas B.S. Major: Elementary Ed. MATT MOSS DEES, JR. Llano, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistry and Physics EVELYN MARY DESCHNER Laredo, Texas B.M.E. Major: Violin GLORIA FAYE DILTZ Smithville, Texas B.S. Major : Education and History HAZEL NORINE DOLLAHON Andice, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration HELEN MADELINE DURRENBERGER Houston, Texas B.S. Major: Education and Chemistry GEORGE VERNON FRANK B.B.A. Major: Business Administration HARVEY JAMES FAIRCHILD, JR. Beaumont, Texas B.A. Major: Socioloy KATY LOU GALLOWAY Georgetown, Texas B.S. Major : Home Economics ROBERT B. FEAGIN Georgetown, Texas B.S. Major: Physics ALBERT LLEWELLYN GORE, JR. Sinton, Texas B.S. Major : History VIRGINIA GRIMES FEAGIN Georgetown, Texas B.A. Major: Religious Ed. WENDELL LOWELL GRAVES Longview, Texas B.B.A. Major : Business Administration JOHN HERNDONFLINN Tait, Texas B.B.A. Major : Business Administration BYRON MARTIN GRIFFIN Lake Jackson, Texas B.S. Major : Biology NANCY ROSE FOSTER Palestine, Texas B.S. Major: Elementary Ed. BARBARA JEAN GRIFFITH Port Neches, Texas B.S. . Major: Elementary Ed. WILLIAM CARROLL HARRIS Gladewater, Texas B.S. Major : Biology ALVIN FRANKLIN GUTHRIE, JR. Corpus Christi, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration RALPH GERALD HASTEN Mission, Texas B.A. Major: Bible ALICE MARTHA HALLAUER Breckenridge, Texas B.S. Major : Physical Ed. AUBREY HUGH HAYNES Crowell, Texas JERRY WAYNE HARDIN Mesquite, Texas B.A. Major: Drama NORA LUCILLE HAYNES Roclrporf, Texas B.A. Major: Religious Ed. JAMES MONROE HARDY Big Springs, Texas B.B.A. Major : Business Administration KATHRYN JANET HINSON Graham, Texas B.A. Major: Speech and Drama RUTH EILEEN HUBBARD Shawnee, Oklahoma B.F.A. Major: Piano THOMAS ARTHUR HODGES Junction, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration HERMAN LLOYD HUMBLE San Antonio, Texas B.S. Major: Physical Education HENRY MEYER HOLLOWAY Hondo, Texas MARYNEAL JACKSON Stephenville, Texas B.S. Major: English and Sec. Ed. HOWARD LACEY HOOPER Brownwood, Texas B.A. Major: Engish CARLTON GODFREY JOHNSON, JR. Linwood, New Jersey B.S. Major : Biology BARBARA MAY HORN Palestine, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics ROBERT DAVIS JOINER. JR. Tyler, Texas B.A. Major: Bible REVILLA DUFF HOWARD Georgetown, Texas B3.A. Major : Business Administration JOANN TALBERT JONES Taft, Texas B.M.E. Major: Music Education GEORGE FRANK LAWHORN Rockwall, Texas B.S. Major: Physical Ed. LIONEL ESTES KATTNER Needville, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistry and Mathematics CURTIS EVERETT LEDBETTER Waco, Texas B.A. Major : Sociology GEORGE LENDON KELLY, JR. Giddings, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration ROBERT JOSEPH LUCAS Austin, Texas B.B.A. Major : Business Administration BERYL CATHERINE KERMETH Houston, Texas B.S. Major: Home Economics JAMES EUGENE McCLENDON San Antonio, Texas B.S. Major: Biology HERSCHEL GLEN KILBOURN Raymondville, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Administration BETTY JEAN McCOY Georgetown, Texas B.A. Major: Art WILLIAM ELDON MAYS New London, Texas B.A. Major : Gov't and History BONNIE GENE McCURDY Conroe, Texas B.A. Major: Religious Ed. ERNEST R. MEITZEN Dickinson, Texas B.A. Major : English ROBERT GIRLEY HAYNES Ben Wheeler, Texas B.A. Major: History JOYCE TERRY MEITZEN Palacios, Texas ROBERT WILSON McPHAIL Houston, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. GEORGE HUBERT MERRITT, JR. Uvalde, Texas B.S. Major : Biology BENJAMIN BARTON MARNEY Fort Worth, Texas B.A. Major: Bible RICHARD FILMORE MOON Upper Sandusky, Ohio B.A. Major: Psychology GERALD MAX MATTHEWS Baytown, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. *<V JACK PEARCE MURRAY, JR. Wharton, Texas B.S. Major: Sec. Education and Physical Ed. LESTER LEE PETERMAN Johnson City, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. CHARLES CLIFTON MUSCH Mc Allen, Texas B.F.A. Major: Music Education BEATRICE CAROL POTTER Albuquerque, N. M. B.A. Major: Religious Ed. GUTHRIE O'DONNELL Burner, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. PATSY LOUISE OVERTON Hutto, Texas B.A. Major: Art HENRY ODELL PRIEST George/own, Texas JOHN DALTON PRIEST Georgetown, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. THOMAS JENNINGS PACE, JR. lower Park, Texas ARTHUR MARVIN PRY Anahucrc, Texas B.A. Major: Bible LEWIS STANCEL REED Holland, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistry JOHN WESLEY PURYEAR Ashwood, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. MARILYN FRANCES ROBERSON Breckenridge, Texas B.S. Major: Physical Education RICHARD LEE QUIGLEY, JR. Sin ton, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. CARROLL HARRY ROBERTS. JR. Beaumont, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. WILLIAM PAUL RADER Georgetown, Texas B.S. Major : Physics ■■'. ^H & 111 — JAMES CLEO ROBERTS Kempner, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. LOLA RUTH RATHMAN Aibany, Texas B.A. Major: Physical Ed. VIRGINIA RAY ROBINSON Alvin, Texas B.F.A. Major : Music Education JOSEPH MOODY RAY Dallas, Texas B.A. Major: Bible # JOHN PAUL SCHULZE Woodward, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistiy SALLY TOM SMITH Llano, Texas B.S. Major: Physical Ed. GEORGE MONROE SELLS, II Orange, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. SHELLEY VANCE SMITH Georgetown, Texas B.S. Physical Ed. TRAYLOR DIXON SELLS, JR. Orange, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. JIMMY ROGERS SNOGA Calliham, Texas B.S. Major : Chemistry JOHN GILLETTE SHEPPARD Cuero, Texas B.A. Major: Mathematics LOUIS ANDREW SNOWDY Beaumonf, Texas B.A. Major: Psychology GEORGE HAYWOOD SIMMS Temple, Texas B.S. Major : Physical Education RICHARD WARD SORENSEN Delmar, Iowa B.B.A. Major: Business Ad ELLA FRANCES VAUGHN Bay City, Texas WILLIAM BOYCE SPRINGFIELD Ennis, Texas B.A. Major: History and Chemistry ROWENA BELLE VIVION Tyler, Texas B.S. Major: Speech GROVER JAMES STAPP Florence, Texas B.A. and B.S. Major: History and Chemistry THOMAS BRYAN WARREN Ennis, Texas B.A. Majors Sociology BILLY WAYNE STEPHENSON Belton, Texas B.S. Major: Sec. Education and History CATHERINE WEEKS Pasadena, Texas B.A. Majors Sociology PATRICIA LYNN TRAYLOR Uvalde, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. MARGARET WESTON Houston, Texas B.A. Major : Religious Education HAROLD ALBERT TREIBS Fredericksburg, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistry WaM JAMES FRANK WHITE, JR. Bay City, Texas B.M.E. Major: Music Ed. MITCHELL CAMPBELL WOMMACK Palestine, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. LLOYD EUGENE WHITE Taylor, Texas B.B.A. Major: Business Ad. EUGENIE FRANCIS WOOD San Antonio, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistry BARNEY W. WILLIAMS, JR. Indianhead, Maryland B.S. Major : Chemistry JAMES FRANCIS YOUNGBLOOD Beaumont, Texas B.S. Major: Chemistry BETTY LOU WILLIAMS Belton, Texas B.A. Major: Religious Ed. ALVIS MARRIN MALISH Granger, Texas B. B. A. Major: Bus. Adm. SENIORS NOT PICTURED Jackie Aileen Doggett Benefield — Georgetown, Texas Natalie Clapp — Longview, Texas Elizabeth Oakley Cocke — Georgetown, Texas Rosamond Walker Marlin McClain — Georgetown, Texas Wilbum Earl Nelson — Belton, Texas Cecil D. Reed — Florence, Texas Agnes Hardin Sides — Georgetown, Texas Hobert Simmons, Jr. — Temple, Texas Donald William Thibeault — Sanford, Maine Beanie Jewel Wilkerson — Houston, Texas Joseph Lacy Wood, Jr. — Georgetown, Texas jumoRs BOB MESSER BOBBY CASTANON JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Bob Messer Vice-President Bobby Castanon Secretary-Treasurer Lucile Walker ■ :■■ i;S!:!* ; '"S ..■' . ■,:■:■,.., M-M- ■■■ ■:■':. . .*: LUCILE WALKER ROBERT LEE ADERHOLD George Jo wn, Texas «.,-;-*,:_ HELEN ELIZABETH BARTAK Houston, Texas JAMES ALBERT BERTHOLD Dallas, Texas MARY VIRGINIA BAKER Carthage, Texas PAUL KERN BAKER Dallas, Texas ROBERT HOUSTON BRILES Miltoid, Texas BILLIE THOMAS BREED Dripping Springs, Tex. ANNE BREVARD Houston, Texas HELEN ELAINE BROADWELL Houston, Texas JOHN DONALD BYERLEY El Campo, Texas JOYCE KAY BROWN Corpus Christi, Texas GILBERT CASTANON San Antonio, Texas KELLY PAUL BURKHART Corsicana, Texas LEO MARCUS CHAFIN Georgetown, Texas ROBERT CASTANON San Antonio, Texas JOSEPH RAYMOND CAVNESS Austin, Texas MARY GLORIA CHAMBERLAIN Refugio, Texas BETTY ANN CLENDENIN Houston, Texas Margaret Frances churchill Smithville, Texas THOMAS WILLIAM COLLINS Llano, Texas BETTY LEE CRUMP Uvalde, Texas TOM COYLE CLARK Beaumont, Texas JOAN BERNICE CORWIN Austin, Texas ., Ft f i JO ANN CLEMENTS Tait, Texas WLLIAM CHESTER CREEKMORE BrownsviMe, Texas DAVID KARL DAGUE Harlinqen, Texas JACK VERNON DANCER Gieggton, Texas CARL EDWIN CULPEPPER TexarJcana, Texas CLARA JEAN CUMMINGS George/own, Texas LORETTA DAVIS Houston, Texas JOSEPH EUGENE DAVENPORT, JR. Laredo, Texas PEGGY ANN DAVENPORT flobsfotvn, Texas GEORGE ALBERT DAWSON Georgetown, Texas DAVID ROBERT DOUGLASS Corpus Chiisti, Texas CHARLES EDWARD DENNIS Mineral Wells, Texas WILLIAM ROBERT DUFF Palestine. Texas ELIZABETH ANN ECKMAN Houston, Texas / \ TROY JOE DENT Timpson, Texas MARILYN LILLIAN DUSEK Granger, Texas FRANK DUPREE, JR. Georgetown, Texas CLARA JO DYCHE Fozt Stockton, Texas JAMES THOMAS FENWICK Houston, Texas HYMAN LEA FORTINBERRY Houston, Texas JOE MADISON EDWARDS, JR. Marlin, Texas JOAN LOIS EVANS Abilene, Texas BETTYE JEAN GRAY Refugio, Texas BRYAN WELCH FOSTER Georgetown, Texas WILLIAM HENRY FREY Ausfin, Texas EVERETT BASCOM GRIFFIN. JR. Robstown. Texas BOBBY ARCHIE HAYES Conroe, Texas MELVIN HARPER McGEE Georgetown, Texas FRED HUDSON GUFFY, JR. Belton, Texas AZENETH JUSTINA GUILLON Brady, Texas BRONISLAW JANOWSKI Chelsea, London, S.W. 10. England BEVERLY RAY HENSON Kerens, Texas BONNIE JANE JACKSON Henderson, Texas ARTHUR OLIVER JANSEN Georgetown, Texas BETTY CHRISTINE JASPERSON Corpus Chrisfi, Texas MARY LEWAN KING Longview, Texas RICHARD LEE McHENRY Houston, Texas SUE ANN LANDRUM Palestine, Texas ANNA CLAIRE LEUTWYLER Austin, Texas CARRIE FRANCES McKINNEY Beeville, Texas MARY ATHRIA MARNEY Corsicana, Texas john david McMillan Thorndale, Texas mamm MALCOLM MELVIN MATfflSON, JR. Texarkana, Texas GEORGE DAMPIER MITCHELL, III Houston, Texas ROBERT DALE MESSER Belton, Texas CHLOE ENDA MITCHELL Liberty, Texas FRANKIE JO MONTGOMERY Georgetown. Texas JOHN ELLIS MYERS Houston, Texas NELDA FAY MORGAN De Leon, Texas LESLIE FIELD MUNSON Georgetown, Texas JOHN DAVID NANTZ, JR. Tyler. Texas % JAN PEASLEE Georgetown, Texas BARBARA ANN NICHOLSON Houston, Texas JOYCE MARIE PEACOCK Beeville, Texas DONALD WARD PENNINGTON Georgetown. Texas RAYMOND FLOYD RATHMAN Lampasas, Texas DOLPHUS LOUIS SAEGERT Killeen. Texas CHARLES BEDFORD PONDER Baitlett, Texas PHYLLIS ALDINE REESE Hobbs, N. Mex. JEAN ALDEN PORTER Corpus Christi, Texas NANCY NELLINE ROESLER Corpus Christi. Texas MARY ALICE RANFRANZ Houston, Texas SUSAN COLEMAN ROSSON Cameron. Texas GORDON R. SIMMONS Temple, Texas DAVID LEE SCHULZE Woodward, Texas RUTH ELIZABETH SIMONS Edna, Texas HARRY FRANK SEVERN, JR. Austin, Texas EDWARD THOMAS SLAUGHTER, JR. Dallas, Texas CHARLES LOUIS SHTCLAIR Laredo, Texas CHARLES GROVER SIVELLS George/own, Texas BOYCE STANLEY SMITH George/own, Texas VIRGINIA EVELYN SPENCER Donna, Texas HELEN MARIE SMITH Lampasas, Texas SALLIE KATE SMOOT Houston, Texas RAY LOVE STARNES Taylor, Texas PHYLLIS MARIE TAYLOR Crystal City, Texas JOHN HART THOMPSON Marlin, Texas WILLA LYDIA STEINMAN Charlotte, Texas DON KIRK STOCKTON Daisstta, Texas THOMAS MARVIN WEISINGER, JR. Conroe, Texas IRA EARL TUNNELL Tyler, Texas LUCILLE MARIE WALKER Cleburne, Texas LESLIE ALLEN WEST Waco, Texas , EVA JO WILLIAMS Lampasas, Texas FRANK WHITE, JR. Breckenridqe, Texas JOHN RAYMOND WIGGINS Georgetown, Texas n ilk m VJgtaJLt 9 *" iillljfr , It ini ■ LESTER SHERWIN WILLIAMS Bertram, Texas MARGARET ALICE WINFREY Daisetta, Texas DONALD HOUSTON WOLFE Georgetown, Texas KATHRYN IRENE WOLFER Houston, Texas CLYDE MORRISON WOODS Lutkin, Texas CLAUDE JAY WOOLSEY Georgetown, Texas JOAN YOUNG Georgetown, Texas JUNIORS NOT PICTURED James Walter Brock — Georgetown, Texas Lawrence Allen Cowley — Mineral Wells, Texas Jack Marion Hamilton — Kerrville, Texas Gordon Howard Hausenfluck— Georgetown, Texas Kenneth Wade Hill— Bartlett, Texas Charles Harold Johnson — Gladewater, Texas Jack Kopecky — Round Rock, Texas Alice Cooke Osborn — Georgetown, Texas Wayne Truett Parsons — Burnett, Texas Kenneth Randall Reed — Florence, Texas Elvin Edward Reeves — Manor, Texas James Thomas Sanders — Georgetown, Texas John Mabry Searcy— Fort Worth, Texas John Ward Wooten — Tyler, Texas SOPHOmORES •• • •_• *wm$ RICHARD RAY MARY FRANCES WEISINGER ELEANOR WRIGHT .•«. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President Richard Ray- Vice-President Mary Frances Weisinger Secretary-Treasurer Eleanor Wright BEVERLY LUCILLE ALLUMS Beaumont, Texas HERMANN BADER Munchen, Germany RUBY JUNE ASHEN Houston, Texas GLORIA AVANT Dilley, Texas MARJORIE MAURINE BAIR Edinburg, Texas MARGIE MILDRED BARNES Granger, Texas BILLY BIRD BLAYLOCK Georgetown, Texas SUE ANN BOEHM Bellaire, Texas PATRICIA ANNE BRAY Midiand, Texas PEGGY BERGSTROM Georgetown, Texas HEDWIG T. BOHNER Palatinate, Germany MARTHA EVELYN BICKLEY Houston, Texas RICHARD EDWIN BOWERS Markham, Texas HELEN JAMES BROWN Florence, Texas THEODORE WILLIAM BREIHAN Kenville, Texas GEORGE TRUETT BRIGGS, JR. New Orleans, La. CHARLES DOUGLAS BURTON San Antonio, Texas DIANE COATES Kerens, Texas MARY DELL COCKRILL San Antonio, Texas DAVID RANKIN CARDWELL Junction, Texas MARTHA JANE CLAYTON Hubbard, Texas :*' LORETTA ETHEL DALE Texas City, Texas BEN MARKLE DALLAS Brenham, Texas SAMUEL McLAIN COWLING Corpus Christi, Texas BRUCENE COX San An (on io, Texas DANIEL DIAMOND Dallas, Texas 3^ ftsri W&b 1 \ x^^ k , **%ii :■■■ '- jfiLf :■:■■ . . d w- SHIRLEY B. DAVIS Crystal City, Texas MYRON HENRY DEES Llano, Texas RICHARD DIAZ Laredo, Texas ROBERT DOUGLAS Breckenridge, Texas GENELLE AVIS DOERING Walburg, Texas WILLIAM LEE DORRIS Brownsville, Texas BARBARA JEAN DUNN Georgetown, Texas IANE GALE Kelly Field, Texas ANDREW RANDOLPH GANTENBEIN San Antonio, Texas CLARE CLAIBOURNE EASLEY Georgetown, Texas LOY SIDNEY ESTES Mountain Home, Texas ANNA JEAN GODBEY College Station, Texas INA RUTH GARRISON Blooming Grove, Texas BARBARA SUE GILMORE Lampasas, Texas MARY ELIZABETH HALLAUER Breckenridge, Texas RICHARD LAWTON HAYS Beiton, Texas DOROTHY DEE HARRISS Houston, Texas VIRGINIA ANN HASSE Llano, Texas HUBERT HARRY HERNDON Houston, Texas JIMMY DOUGLAS HOLBROOK Three Rivers, Texas MARJORIE LYNN HILL Bartlett, Texas ALICIA ANN HODGES Georgetown, Texas DAISY BROOKS JOHNSTON Houston, Texas WILLIAM EVERETT KIRK Bertiam, Texas KATHRYN ANN KIRKPATRICK Taylor, Texas WINFRED AUGUST KALMBACH Jarrell, Texas WILLIS CAROL KELLEY Bay town, Texas KENNETH ELAINE LeBLOND Waxahachie, Texas ELIZABETH ANN LEEMAN Winters, Texas JOHN VINCENT LaBARBERA Stoneham, Mass. CAMILLA LANHAM Belton, Texas J . •:■';',: y .: /' LESLIE GAIL LOVELL Corpus Chiisti, Texas STEVEN G. LENZ Georgetown, Texas CAROLYN LONGLEY Giddings, Texas h HARRY MARTIN McBRIDE Sugarland, Texas charles taylor McAllister Houston, Texas PEGGY LEA McGLOTHING Gonzaies, Texas SAMMY KAYE McLELLAND Houston, Texas CARLTON MASSEY Rockwall, Texas LILLY CARSON MEITZEN Dickinson, Texas NORMA JO MAYFIELD Elgin, Texas JOHN EDWARD MEITZEN Dickinson, Texas SAMUEL BRADLEY MILLER El Paso, Texas BARBARA ANN NASH Dallas, Texas CARRIE JO MITCHELL Austin, Texas LA DORIS MORGAN De Leon, Texas LOIS ERNESTINE MUCKELROY Hempstead, Texas JOHN HARVEY PIERCY Dallas, Texas THOMAS WENDELL POOL Valley Mills, Texas ROBERT ASH PENNYBACKER Austin, Texas LESTER JOHN PETERSON, JR. Galveston, Texas RICHARD LOUTS RAY Mexia, Texas LAWRENCE RAYMOND POWELL, JR. San Antonio, Texas JOAN DEE QUINN Navasota, Texas JEAN GAYLEN REID Pasadena, Texas i. BETTY JEAN ROBERTSON Weslaco, Texas JOHN MOORE RENTFRO Houston, Texas JANE BYRD RITCHIE Houston, Texas JOHN CALVIN ROSENBLAD Taylor, Texas EDWARD HENRY SCHWAB, III Galveston, Texas JOANN CLAIRE SANDERS Orange, Texas CHARLES LEO SCHOEN Beaumont, Texas JANE ALICE SHAFFER San Juan, Texas w WILLIAM JAMES SLAUGHTER Dallas, Texas EDWIN TOON SILLIMAN Dallas, Texas JOE BERT SISSOM Mailin, Texas MOISES SOLIS Nuevo, Laredo, Tampus. Mex. •" A' * ' WILLIAM RICHARD THOMAS Ennis, Texas BARNEY HOLLAND TIMMINS, JR. Elysian Fields, Texas GLORIA LOIS TRIGGS Cameron, Texas ■■■■■■■■■HBHH I HONERO GARCIA VILLARREAL Sabinas Hidalgo, N.L. Mex DOROTHY ANN WALSER Temple, Texas JACK NEAL WALKER Georgetown, Texas LOIS ANN WALKER Cross Plains, Texas G. T. WATKINS Georgetown, Texas MILDRED MARIE WEISS San Antonio, Texas RICHARD SLOCUM WERNER WinsJow, Arizona JOE BRYAN WATTERSON Elgin, Texas MARY FRANCES WEISINGER Houston, Texas I MURIEL BLISS WITTBOLD Houston, Texas ELEANOR ANN WRIGHT Houston, Texas MARILYN LOUISE WHEELER Roswell, New Mexico ELINOR FRANCES WYATT Texas City, Texas WATT WELLINGTON WINN, JR. Dallas, Texas ELLIS MARION YOUNGBLOOD Beaumont, Texas WILLIAM EUGENE YOUNGBLOOD Beaumont, Texas NOT PICTURED VERGIL ELROY ANDERSON Hutto, Texas JAMES LEWIS HARDIN Leander, Texas VERNON HENRY HOLMQUIST Georgetown, Texas VIRGINIA SIMPSON HOLMQUIST Georgetown, Texas DELIGHT MOORE JOHNSON Gladewater, Texas RAY MILVIN KIRKPATRICK Temple, Texas RAYMOND RUBEN MAREK Taylor, Texas FLOYD EDGAR PEARSON, JR. Breckenridge, Texas WALTER ARTHUR PETERSON Georgetown, Texas ROY WILLIAMS. JR. Rockdale, Texas JAY LEON WOLFE Georgetown, Texas JOSEPH BARTHOLOMEW WYNNE, JR. Georgetown, Texas FRESHmGn '). :, 'A %: L ■; •.-J- V X ALBERT SANDERS NANCY YOUNGER XL FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President Albert Sanders Vice-President Nancy Younger Secretary-Treasurer Sara Munson SARA MUNSON COMER MEDLIN ALDEN, JR. Brownsville, Texas FRED SMITH BERRY St. Joseph, La. ^!^\'/^ RUTH ISABEL BLASDEL Richmond, Texas CORRINE LOUISE ANDEREGG Fredericksburg, Texas KARL FRITZ BEYER Wichita, Kansas JIMMY DALTON BAINES Pampa, Texas FINE GORDON BEDFORD, JR. Galveston, Texas COYE DAVID BISHOP, JR. Lulkin, Texas ERNEST VOGELSANG BATTE Cameron, Texas THOMAS GRANT BENTLEY Waco, Texas ELIZABETH CAROLYN BLALOCK Mission, Texas PATRICIA ANN BROWN Houston, Texas PATRICIA ARNIM BLUDWORTH San Antonio, Texas WILLIAM PRESTON BREEDING Calvert, Texas DOLORES ALLENE BRYAN Wichita Falls, Texas JAMES NOLAN CASPARIS. JR. Austin, Texas JANICE MADELINE BYNUM San Antonio, Texas GEORGE MARSHALL CASON, JR. Eagle Lake, Texas JANE HOPE CHAPIN Fort Davis, Texas ETHEL CLARICE CHILTON Mailin, Texas MARY JESSICA COMFORT Houston, Texas JIMMIE SEGUEDA CORONADO Georgetown, Texas HENRY FRANKLIN CONE Rockdale, Texas BETTY JOSEPHINE CORN San Antonio, Texas MARY ANNE CROMWELL Taylor, Texas LUCILLE ARDEN DANIEL Dallas, Texas JOHN NELSON CURRIER Georgetown, Texas BEVERLY JANE DAGUE Harlingen, Texas AUBREY LEE DANIEL Florence, Texas p.. FRANK RUSSELL DOUGLASS Alice, Texas JACQUELINE DANIELS Coolidge, Texas BILLY CHARLES DAYTON Liberty Hill, Texas LAURA SUE DURRENBERGER Georgetown, Texas SALLIE LEA FALKENBURY Bellaire, Texas DOROTHY ALINE EASLEY Georgetown, Texas MARY FAVRE EDDINS Georgetown, Texas ANNAS EVERETTE FAVOR, JR. Houston, Texas MARTHA BERT FOX Nederland, Texas JAMES WELDON FELLA Clemville, Texas BETTY JEAN FREDERICKS Lyiord, Texas KAREL LYNN FREEMAN Dinero, Texas JOHN ROLAND FOLSE Beaumont, Texas JAMES REGINALD GALBREATH Georgetown, Texas TRUMAN DEVOREAUX GEE Gianbury, Texas JANE GILLETT Georgetown, Texas JONETTE HALL Three Rivers, Texas ELMER GLAZENER Nolanville, Texas DIXIE MAC GORDON Kenedy, Texas GEORGE VERNON HAMILTON Sonora, Texas MARY BERT HEWITT Georgetown, Texas ... CAROL ANN HARTER Marlin, Texas WILLIAM WILFORD HAWTHORNE, JR. Bay City, Texas EMILY JOYCE HENDERSON Georgetown, Texas NATALIE HOWELL Florence, Texas MARY MARTHA HUNTER Palestine, Texas MARILYN VIRGINIA HOLTERMANN Brownsville, Texas JULIAN FREDERICK HOVEY f.cr Porfe, Texas X. I ALICE LYNN JARMON Elgin, Texas BETTY ALICE HUSTON Trinity, Texas RICHARD DONALD HUTTON Topeka, Kansas BEVERLY JILL JORDAN Sinton, Texas GENE HAL KENNEDY Grand Saline, Texas CLAUDE DALTON JOYCE, III Palestine, Texas DOROTHY ELAINE KEITH Georgetown, Texas LA RAY LEDGER Florence, Texas MARION HAZEN LEWIS Corpus Christi, Texas DAVID FREDERIC LEHMBERG Houston, Texas EVA FRANCES LONG Grandfalls, Texas UL* HUGH LEE LUCAS Freeporf, Texas MARLENE HELEN LEYENDECKER Houston, Texas LARRY LOESSIN Houston, Texas HELEN LOUISE McKAY Houston, Texas EVELYN McCOLLUM Liberty Hill, Texas ALBERT WILLIS McCULLIN, JR. Cameron, Texas PATRICIA NELL McMASTERS Florence, Texas HENRIETTA LOUISE MILLER Bay City, Texas NELL JEANNE MORIN Houston, Texas CHARLES ADAM MALESKY, JR. San Antonio, Texas EDNA SUE MEISCH Marlin, Texas SARA LOUISE MUNSON East Columbia, Texas WILLIAM ALLEN MUNSON Georgetown, Texas MARGARET ANNE MORRIS Wharton, Texas ROBERT FINLEY MORSE Dickinson, Texas JEAN. NEWCOMB San Antonio, Texas FRANKLIN RAY PAINTER Sin/on, Texas MARIAN JEAN MURPHY Bryan, Texas MARCIA ELAINE NEUBERGER Brownsville, Texas - Mm ' ' ■ *f . m^m ' i ~^J -"" - -"' ! MARVIN DUDLEY POOLE Georgetown, Texas ROBERT LOUIS PEACOCK New Orleans, La. PAUL FREDERIC PERRY Randolph Field, Texas MARY JANICE POWELL Richland Springs, Texas WILLIAM HENRY RADETSKY San Antonio, Texas WALTER LEE QUEEN Georgetown, Texas MARTHA ANN RADENZ Houston, Texas ANITA LUCILLE REED Dallas, Texas ERWIN ROSS ROST Giddings, Texas RICHARD EARL ROST Giddings, Texas MARGUERITE LUCILLE REED Holland, Texas MARGARET CAROLYN ROBERTSON Tart, Texas ROBERT FEST SCHWAB Gaiveston, Texas JACQUELINE SALMON Stockdale, Texas RICHARD LEE SCOTT San Antonio, Texas ALBERT EARNEST SANDERS Fort Worth, Texas MARY LOUISA SISSERSON Cleburne, Texas ALFRED GEORGE SEITZ North Chelmsford, Mass. HAROLD BURTIS SHELLEY Rogers, Texas JANE IRENE SMITH Houston, Texas MARY JANE THRASH Georgetown, Texas WILLA DEAN STINNETT Phan, Texas SALLY JANE STUEBING Houston, Texas ROBERT E. TULLOCH, III Belton, Texas RAMON HARRISON WHITFIELD George/own, Texas BOBBIE BEA WALKER Snyder, Texas LEW ARTHUR WALLACE Bay City, Texas CAROLYN TRICE WIDEMAN Lott, Texas VERNON GUINN WftLIAMS. JR. Belton, Texas :;%* MELBA LOU WILLIS El Paso, Texas NELL CARMAN WILKINS Goldthwaite, Texas VIRGINIA ANN WILKINSON Katy, Texas WALTER PATTERSON YOUNG, JR. Georgetown, Texas ARDETH MARIE WORTHEY Elgin, Texas GEORGE GOSS YEAGER Midland, Texas NANCY ELIZABETH YOUNGER Killeen, Texas MARJORIE CLAIRE ZIMMERMAN San Antonio. Texas FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Samuel Harvey Baker — Waco, Texas Wanda La Gene Bates Brock — Georgetown, Texas Harold Medie Chaiin — Georgetown, Texas William Edward Colgin — Waco, Texas Jerry Dodd Collins — Burnet, Texas Jean Helen Cummins — Bellaire, Texas Henry Flak — Westphalia, Germany Robert Clarke Ford, Jr.— Bartlett, Texas Oma Mae Gee — Granbury, Texas Charles Ray Johnson — Temple, Texas Emma Elizabeth Majors — Bryan, Texas Alton Ray Pack — Hearne, Texas Rondald Williams Parker — Georgetown, Texas Lawrence Curtis Pickens — Dallas, Texas Clyde Charles Raney, Jr. — Georgetown, Texas Mary Ellen Sladczyk — Port Arthur, Texas Estelle Dodd Starnes — Gladewater, Texas Manuel Tafoya — Georgetown, Texas Powell Percy Tidwell, Jr. — Granger, Texas Walter William Voges — Austin, Texas James Walton Walker — Madisonville, Texas Walter Luther Watson — Fort Worth, Texas Hal David Williams — Florence, Texas IN MEMORIAM Lawrence Wooding Hanks It is with deepest respect and sincerest feeling that we remember Larry Hanks. All who knew Larry will remember his winning personality and pleasing smile. Larry was always willing to help others. His cheerfulness, friendliness and clever wittiness won him many friends on our campus. We will always remem- ber Larry's wonderful personality. 'A thing of beauty is a joy forever" BEAUTIES \ J ik ft r% --•••••i.... , , ,* .,,**&****' ^" ^ ^.J # ., .** ? ■?.-.., •■•') ^ J '-5 V'/' ^-: if- • .» j ^ $ c r .*> '^ MISS DARLENE BRUCKS Miss Southwestern MISS DARLENE BRUCKS Mi: W mV: t B * 1 MRS. JEAN SEVERN All School Beauty MRS. JEAN SEVERN MRS. LeWAN HARRIS Alpha Delta Pi Beauty MISS SALLYE TOM SMITH Delta Delta Delta Beauty MISS PHYLLIS REESE Delta Zeta Beauty MISS ELLA BLANKENSHIP Independent Beauty MISS JANICE POWELL Phi Mu Beauty MISS MARILYN ROBERSON Zeta Tau Alpha Beauty MRS. MARY FRANCES MYERS Football Queen V\* MISS MARILYN WHEELER Miss Glamazon BEAUTY NOMINEES PEGGY BERGSTROM Delta Zeta HEDWIG BOHNER Independent 1 JOYCE BROWN PhiMu DOLORES BRYAN Zeta Tau Alpha X MARY J. COMFORT Alpha Delta Pi BETTIE CURTIS Delta Zeta DOROTHY EASLEY Delta Delta Delta JANE GALE Delta Zeta MARILYN HOLTERMAN Independent JILL JORDAN PhiMu k j£< KATHRYN KIRKPATRICK Zeta Tau Alpha PATRICIA McMASTERS Delta Delta Delta NELDA MORGAN Independent MARY FRANCES MYERS Alpha Delta Pi MARGARET ROBERTSON Delta Delta Delta GLORIA TRIGGS PhiMu ""■ . Ill :.: :■■ .. . W ill ? ' t . : . vM MARILYN WHEELER Alpha Delta Pi MISS MARLEE BAKER MISS ELLA BLANKENSHIP MISS ALICE HALLAUER MISS LUCILLE HAYNES NOMINEES FOR MISS SOUTHWESTERN ORGnniznTions • «Sf"'%>v«!J«-' PHI DELTA THETA DELTA DELTA DELTA ZETA TAU ALPHA WINNING FLOATS IN HOMECOMING PARADE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL AM WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC ■ • .i \mmm i fflfXil fo , L FIRST ROW: Baker, Beard, Blalock, Bray, H. Brown, D. Brown, Chapin, Chilton. SECOND ROW: Churchill, Clendemin, Comfort, Cox, Dague, Evans, Faukenberry, Gillett. THIRD ROW : Gray, Hall, M. Hallauer, Haynes, Henderson, Hill, Jarmon, Johnston. FOURTH ROW: Harris, Landrum, Leeman, Lewis, McLelland, Myers, Meisch, Mitchell. FIFTH ROW: Morin, Morris, Muckelroy, Overton. Peacock, Quinn, Radenz, Reed. SIXTH ROW: Robertson, J. Smith, H. Smith. Wheeler, Willis, Worthey. Young, Younger. NOT PICTURED: Majors. Sladczyk. ALPHA DELTA PI President BETTY McCOY Vice-President ALICE HALLAUER Secretary BETTY LOU WILLIAMS Treasurer BERYL KERMETH McCOY A. HALLAUER WILLIAMS KERMETH , II FIRST ROW: C. Anderegg, R. Anderegg, Avant, Chamberlain, Corwin, Crump, Chrietzberg. SECOND ROW: Crow, Daniel, Dunn, Durrenberger. A. Easley, C. Easley, Harter. THIRD ROW: Hasse, Hodges, Jones, Lanham, Long, L. Morgan, N. Morgan. FOURTH ROW: Munson, McKinney, McMasters. Reed, Rob ertson, Sanders, Spencer. FIFTH ROW: Vaughn, Walker, Wilkins. Wright. NOT PICTURED: Bodine, Monson DELTA DELTA DELTA President MARLEE BAKER Vice-President ORAS ANN BEAVER Secretary MARY ALICE RANFRANZ Treasurer SALLYE TOM SMITH BAKER BEAVER RANFRANZ SMITH WW ti *7M/ i- / / ■ iM ■ ■■■ . :.' EVELYN DESCHNER Dream Girl of Delta Zeta 4»- . - "A mm* I / } FIRST ROW: Bell. Bergstrom, -Boehm, Cockrill, .Davis. SECOND ROW: Diltz, Doering, Dollahon, Gale. Gordon. THIRD ROW: Hinson, E. Kenny, R. Kenny, Longley, Nicholson. FOURTH ROW: Peaslee, Porter, Wilkinson, Zimmerman. NOT PICTURED: Schollar. DELTA ZETA President BETTIE CURTIS Vice-President HELEN DURRENBERGER Secretary EVELYN DESCHNER Treasurer PHYLLIS REESE CURTIS DURRENBERGER DESCHNER REESE -i A \ 1 FIRST ROW: Allums, Bickley, Bowmer. Brown. Burton, Calame. Clayton. SEC- OND ROW: Dyche, Foster, Fox, Garrison, Hewitt, Horn, Hubbard. THIRD ROW: Huston, Jasperson, Jordan, Keith, Leyendecker, McKay, Marney. FOURTH ROW: Miller. Powell, Roesler. Simons, Smoot, Traylor, Walker. FIFTH ROW: Weeks, Weston, Williams, Wittbold. PHIMU President MARGARET WmFREY Vice-President ELAINE BROADWELL Secretary GLORIA TRIGGS Treasurer BARBARA NASH WINFREY TRIGGS NASH * $1 • ■;. ' ' FIRST ROW: Bair. Bludworth, D. Bryan. P. Bryan, Clements, Coates. SECOND ROW: Dan- iels, Eddins, Kirkpatrick, Leutwyler, Murphy, Severn. THIRD ROW: Robinson, Shaffer, Sis- serson, Stinnett, Stuebing, Vivion. FOURTH ROW: Walser, Wideman. NOT PICTURED: Graves, Roberts. ZETA TAU ALPHA President SUE BIRDWELL Vice-President BARBARA GRIFFITH Secretary MARILYN ROBERSON Treasurer PHYLLIS TAYLOR BIRDWELL GRIFFITH ROBERSON TAYLOR * MARILYN DUSEK Sweetheart of Independents ■: :: . ,::S- TOMMY WEISINGER President DARLENE BRUCKS Vice-President MARYNEAL JACKSON Secretary-Treasurer ELLA BLANKENSHIP Program Chairman INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION LIST OF MEMBERS Comer Alden June Ashen Hermann Bader Helen Bartak Ernest Batte Barbara Bazzell Karl Beyer Ella Blankenship Mary Emma Blasdel Hedwig Bohner Leslie Boone Richard Bowers Richard Brahm Anne Brevard Aneita Briley Darlene Brucks Kelly Burkhart Don Byerley M. T. Cage David Cardwell Gilbert Castanon Robert Castanon Joe Cavness Anne Cromwell Jean Cummins David Dague Loretta Dale Peggy Ann Davenport Shirley Davis Bill Dorris David Douglass Marilyn Dusek Ann Eckman Harvey Fairchild James Fella Patsy Foster Betty Jean Fredericks Karel Freeman Oma Gee Truman Gee Sue Gilmore Anna Jean Godbey Blitz Griffin Azeneth Guillen Dorothy Harriss Jim Holbrook Henry Holloway Marilyn Holterman Howard Hooper Julian Hovey Bonnie Jane Jackson Maryneal Jackson Bob Joiner Walter Langham Elaine Le Blond Leslie Lovell Jimmy McClendon Evelyn McCollum Roy McCrary Bonnie McCurdy Peggy McGlothing Charles Malesky Ben Marney Norma Jo Mayfield John Meitzen Carson Meitzen Bob Messer Chloe Mitchell George Mitchell Frankie Jo Montgomery Marcia Neuberger Jean Newcomb Paul Perry Art Pry Joe Ray Lewis Reed Jane Ritchie Susan Rosson Jackie Salmon Lee Scott Robert Sledge Charles Sinclair Jerry Smith Ray Starnes Wendy Steinman Charles Tanner John Hart Thompson Boyce Vardiman Bobbie Walker Joe Watterson Tommy Weisinger Mildred Weiss Kay Wolfer Clyde Woods Claude Woolsey Elinor Wyatt MISS ELAINE BROADWELL Kappa Alpha Rose FIRST ROW: Baker, Chcrfin, Clark, Collins, Dancer. SEC- OND ROW: Flinn, Folse, Kelly, Kendrick, Labarbera. THIRD ROW: Merritt, Pennybacker, Peterson, Pool, Rathman. FOURTH ROW: Roberts, Saegert, Tunnel, Woods. NOT PIC- TURED: Adair, Flak, Thibeault, Wooten. KAPPA ALPHA President FRANK SEVERN Vice-President GEORGE LAWHORN Secretary ALVIN GUTHRIE Treasurer WENDELL GRAVES SEVERN LAWHORN GUTHRIE GRAVES ; ;-::• ', ;. RUTH HUBBARD Kappa Sigma Dream Girl FIRST ROW: D. Baker, Byrom. Creekmore, Davenport, Dees, Douglass. Duff. SECOND ROW: Hardy. Haw- thorne, Hays, Henson, Kennedy, Ledbetter, McPhail. THIRD ROW: Miller, Morse, Musch. Puryear. Radetsky, E. Rost, R. Rost. FOURTH ROW: Sanders, Shelley Smith. Stanley Smith, Springfield, Thomas, Tulloch, J. N. Walker. FIFTH ROW: Wallace, Watkins, F. White, J. F. White. Williams. B. Youngblood. E. Young- blood, J. Youngblood. NOT PICTURED: S. Baker, Parker. J. W. Walker. KAPPA SIGMA President LARRY CROWNOVER Vice-President JAMES FENWICK House Mother MRS. HOOPER Scribe GILLETT SHEPPARD Treasurer FRED GUFFY CROWNOVER FENWICK MRS. HOOPER SHEPPARD GUFFY A-lu*Jfi I r %^ ->i FIRST ROW: Bedford, Bishop, Breeding. Burns, Carol Burton, Charles Burton, Cardwell. Cowling. SEC- OND ROW: Culpepper, Currier, Dennis, Folse, Gantenbein. Griffin, Hardin. Harris. THIRD ROW: Hayes, Herndon, Lehmberg, Loessin, McCullen, Mathison, Peacock. Pennington. FOURTH ROW: Peterman, Ray, Renfro, Dick Sells. George Sells, Silliman. Timmins, Werner. FIFTH ROW: Wommack. Yeager. Young. NOT PICTURED: Ford, Sullivan. Watson. PHI DELTA THETA President DON WOLFE Vice-President FRANK DOUGLASS Secretary LESLIE MUNSON Treasurer WATT WINN WOLFE DOUGLASS MUNSON WINN MISS PATSY OVERTON Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Alpha FIRST ROW: Arbuckle, Bentley, Berthold, Boozer, Briggs, Cason, Dayton. SECOND ROW: Dees, Diamond, Favor, Fortinberry, Gore, Kelly, Ledger. THIRD ROW : Lenz, Lucas,. McMil- lan, MacAllister, Malish, Matthews, Mays. FOURTH ROW: McBride, O'Donnell, Pace, Paint- er, Piercy, Sissom, E. Slaughter. FIFTH ROW: W. Slaughter, Stapp, Stockton, Warren. NOT PICTURED: James Peterson. Pickens, Wilkerson. PI KAPPA ALPHA President JOHN PRIEST Vice-President JIMMY SNOGA Secretary JOHN WIGGINS Treasurer BILL STEPHENSON PRIEST SNOGA WIGGINS STEPHENSON HCTIUITIES ALBERT GORE KELLY BURKHART STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President Albert Gore Vice President Kelly Burkhart Secretary-Treasurer Marlee Baker MARLEE BAKER FIRST ROW : Baker, Blankenship, Burkhart, Castanon. SECOND ROW : Douglas, Gore, Pry, Ray. HONOR COUNCIL FIRST ROW : Baker, Burkhart, Byerley, Folse. Foster. SECOND ROW: Gore, Hallauer, Henson, Kennedy, Lenz. THIRD ROW : McClelland, McCoy, Rentfro, Roesler, Smith. FOURTH ROW: Stockton, Willis, Youngblood. STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate is Southwestern's functioning organization of student government. Members are nominated by each class and voted on by the respective classes in the spring. All nominees must be approved by the faculty. The Senate meets regularly each week to discuss matters of importance to the stu- dent body and decide questions relating to student government problems. FIRST ROW: Brucks, Cardwell, Deschner. Gore. SECOND ROW: Hallauer, Hardin, Har- dy. McCoy. THIRD ROW: Pry. Rader, Schulze. WHO'S WHO The Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges is a national honor society for outstanding and representative students on American university and col- lege campuses. Each year a secret faculty committee nominates certain such students from among the senior group for membership in Who's Who. These candidates are approved by Who's Who, and members are officially notified of their membership and honor. Each year Who's Who publishes a book entitled WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, and it is in this volume that the honored students receive their prime recognition. BOBO HARDY President JIM YOUNGBLOOD Secretary-Treasurer ART PRY Corresponding Secretary JERRY HARDIN Vice-President ■' .-• •; . . FIRST ROW: Kelly Burkhart, John Cardwell, Larry Crownover, Byron Griffin, Bev Henson. SECOND ROW : Henry Holloway, Cvirtis Ledbetter, Jerry Mathews, Eldon Mays, Bob Messer. THIRD ROW: Paul Rader, John Paul Schulze, Jimmy Snoga. BLUE KEY Blue Key is a national honorary fraternity which was founded in 1924 at the Univers- ity of Florida by B. C. Riley. This chapter was established at Southwestern in 1948. The fac- ulty sponsor is Mr. Harvey Watts. The main emphasis of the organization is placed upon leadership and other activities. DARLENE BRUCKS President BETTY LOU WILLIAMS Vice-President MARLEE BAKER Secretary ALICE HALLAUER Treasurer FIRST ROW: Evelyn Deschner, Marilyn Dusek, Lu- cille Haynes. SECOND ROW: Betty McCoy. Nancy Roesler, Sallie Smoot. CARDINAL KEY The major purposes of the organization are : To recognize achievement in scholarship and extra-curricular activities; to advance religion, patriotism, and service by affording training for leadership in the college community; and to develop character by application of the Cardinal virtues of living. FIRST ROW: Bartak, Birdwell, Davis, Dees, Dollahon, Haynes. SECOND ROW : Jackson, Jones, Kermeth, Mc- Clendon, Marney, Meitzen. THIRD ROW : Messer, Mit- chell, Priest, Pry, Rader, Smoot. FOURTH ROW: Sno- ga, Triebs, Williams. ALPHA CHI President BOB MESSER Vice-President GEORGE MITCHELL Secretary-Treasurer MARY MARNEY Alpha Chi originated at Southwestern as the Southwestern University Scholarship Society in 1915. Later it became organized nationally and the name was changed to Alpha Chi. Members of the Texas Alpha chapter, the local society, are elected from among the top or ranking tenth of the junior and senior classes. Its aims are stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship and character. Membership is considered the highest scholastic honor that can be conferred upon a student of Southwestern. FIRST ROW: Baker, Chamberlain, Deschner, Dusek, Eckman, Hewitt. SEC- OND ROW: Hill, Hubbard. Jackson, Jones, Leeman, Lewis. THIRD ROW: Longley, McGlothing. Mitchell, Nash, Newcomb, Radenz. FOURTH ROW: Ritchie, Robinson, Sanders, Wheeler, Zimmerman. DELTA OMICRON President RUTH HUBBARD First Vice-President MARILYN DUSEK Second Vice-President . VIRGINIA ROBINSON Secretary-Treasurer JOANN JONES Delta Omicron is a national professional music fraternity for women. The chapter on the Southwestern campus received its charter on April 24, 1948. The purpose of the fraterni- ty is to foster musicianship among the women, create interest in American composers and musicians, create interest in local musical talent, and provide an opportunity for social fel- lowship for its members. FIRST ROW: Baker, Bair. Boehm, Bowmer, Brown, Cockrill. SECOND ROW: Crump, Curtis, Daniel, Daniels, Diltz, Davis. THIRD ROW: Easley, Evans, Fredericks, Garrison, Gillett, Godbey. FOURTH ROW: Hasse, Hinson, Jack- son, Kermeth, Miller, Nash. FIFTH ROW: Neuberger, Overton, Radenz, Ros- son, Sanders, Vivion. SIXTH ROW: Weiss, Wheeler, Wideman. Wyatt. NOT PICTURED: Cummings, Monson. THE GLAMAZONS President JOAN EVANS Vice-President MARYNEAL JACKSON Secretary INA RUTH GARRISON Treasurer BARBARA NASH Faculty Representative . RUTH M. FERGUSON Sponsor PEARL A. NEAS The Glamazons is an organization for girls of five feet seven inches or more in height. Its purpose is to promote pride in height, dress, scholastic standards, and culture. First organized at Southwestern locally as the Basileis Society, the club's motto is "Divinely tall; divinely fair." Each year the Glamazons elect "Miss Glamazon". FIRST ROW: Alden, Bartok, Brown, Cone, Coronado, Dague. SECOND ROW: Godbey, Jackson, McCoy, McClelland, Mitchell, Morris. THIRD ROW: Reed, Severn, Shaffer, Simons, Sissom, Wideman. FOURTH ROW: Wilkinson, Woods, Wyatt. HISPANIC SOCIETY President CLYDE WOODS Vice-President ELINOR WYATT Secretary-Treasurer . . SAMMYE McLELLAND Reporter HELEN BARTAK The Hispanic Society is composed of those students who are interested in the study of Spanish. The society presents programs and holds all meetings in Spanish. BETTY LOU WILLIAMS President RALPH HASTEN Vice President NELDA MORGAN Secretary-Treasurer KAPPA CHI LIST OF MEMBERS Comer Alden Virgil Anderson Jimmy Baines Helen Bartak Ella Blankenship Leslie Boone George Briggs Joyce Brown Darlene Brucks Kelly Burkhart Janice Bynum La Ree Calame James Casparis Joe Caveness Wallace Cayard Gloria Chamberlain Betty Corn Peggy Ann Davenport Charlie Dennis Evelyn Deschner Richard Diaz Hazel Dollahon William Dorris David Douglass Ann Eckman Loy Estes Harvey Fairchild James Fella Martha Bert Fox Betty Jean Fredericks Ina Ruth Garrison Oma Mae Gee Mary Hallauer Dorothy Dee Harriss Ralph Hasten Bill Hawthorne Lucille Haynes Robert Haynes Henry Holloway Marilyn Holterman Bonnie Jane Jackson Maryneal Jackson Betty Jasperson Bob Joiner Ellen Kenny Rosemary Kenny Sue Ann Landrum Elaine Le Blond Curtis Ledbetter David Lehmberg Leslie Lovell Jimmy McClendon Bonnie McCurdy Sammye McLelland Charles Malesky Ben Marney Mary Marney Ernest Meitzen Chloe Mitchell George Mitchell La Doris Morgan Nelda Morgan John Nantz, Jr. Robert Peacock Carol Potter Art Pry Joe Ray Cecil Reed Kenneth Reed Phyllis Reese John Renfro Betty Jean Robertson Virginia Robinson Nancy Roesler Susan Rosson Jacqueline Salmon Eddie Silliman Ruth Simons Janie Smith Ray Starnes Willo Steinman John Hart Thompson Walter Voges Bobbie Walker Lucille Walker Joe Watterson Tommy Warren Mary Frances Weisinger Mildred Weiss Margaret Weston Betty Lou Williams Muriel Wittbold Kay Wolfer Eleanor Wright *£»• LUCILLE HAYNES President CAROL POTTER Vice-President SUE ANN LANDRUM Secretary HAZEL DOLLAHON Treasurer KAPPA PHI CLUB LIST OF MEMBERS Majorie Ban- Helen Bartak Betty Blalock Helen Brown Jane Chapin Martha Clayton Betty Ann Clendenin Betty Corn Brucene Cox Anne Cromwell Beverly Dague Loretta Dale Evelyn Deschner Hazel Dollahon Clara Jo Dyche Ann Eckman Mary Eddins Martha Bert Fox Jane Gillett Anna Jean Godbey Lucille Haynes Margie Hill Betty Alice Huston Bonnie Jackson Maryneal Jackson Betty Jasperson Rosemary Kenny Sue Ann Landrum Hazen Lewis Marlene Leyendeckef Betty McCoy Bonnie McCurdy Jo Mayfield Henrietta Miller Carrie Jo Mitchell Chloe Mitchell Lois Muckelroy Marcia Neuberger Jean Newcombe Carol Potter Jean Porter Lucille Reed Phyllis Reese Betty Jean Robertson Virginia Robinson Susan Rosson Ruth Simons Mary Lou Sisserson Sallie Smoot Willo Steinman Catherine Weeks Mildred Weiss Mary Virginia White Nell Wilkins Betty Lou Williams Eva Jo Williams Muriel Wittbold Eleanor Wright Nancy Younger Kappa Phi is a national Methodist Girls' Club and was founded on this campus in 1947. It is both a religious and social organization and its chief purpose is to train every Christian girl in the university world today to be- come a leader in the church of tomorrow. FIRST ROW: Anderson, Arbuckle, Berglund, Bergquist, Birdwell, Blankenship, Brevard. SEC- OND ROW : C. Burton, W. Burton, Calame, Cayard, Deupree, Dollahon, Finch. THIRD ROW : Fox, Frank, Galyen, Gaupp, Hardy, Hester, Ledbetter. FOURTH ROW : Luksa, Lundblad^ Mat- thews, Medley, Merzbach, Moon, Neas, FIFTH ROW: Pace, Priest, Rathman, Springer, Steelman, Ullrich, Waggoner. SIXTH ROW: Watts, Williams. PI GAMMA MU President GERALD MATTHEWS Vice-President RAY ARBUCKLE Secretary-Treasurer WALLACE CAYARD Pi Gamma Mu is a national undergraduate honor society in the social sciences. It was organized nationally in 1924, and a strong charter chapter was established at South- western. Any officer, member of the teaching staff, alumnus, graduate student, senior, or junior whose chief work and interest is in the social sciences, whose scholarship is high, and who manifests special aptitude in social sciences, is eligible for membership. / to > 1 # FIRST ROW: Aderhold, Adkins, Boozer, Burkhart. Byerley, D. Cardwell. J. Cardwell. SECOND ROW: B. Castanon, G. Castanon, Chafin, Crownover, Dancer, Davenport, Dees. THIRD ROW: Fenwick, Frank, Frey, Galbreath, Graves, Humble, Lawhorn. FOURTH ROW: Ledbetter, Massey, Moon, Myers, Pennington, Pow- ell, Rader. FIFTH ROW: Saegert. Schoen. Schulze, Severn, Simms, Smith, Springfield. SIXTH ROW: West, F. White, G. White, Woods. SOUTHWESTERN LETTERMAN'S ASSOCIATION President BOB CASTANON Secretary CURTIS LEDBETTER Treasurer JOHN PAUL SCHULZE The Southwestern Lettermen's Association is. an honorary organization composed of all men participating in Southwestern sports who are awarded letters at the end of the season. Lettermen are selected by the coaches on the basis of service, performance, and attitude. This association promotes interest in sports and stimulates men to raise their stand- ards, thereby increasing the standards of Southwestern sports. FIRST ROW: Baker, Birklebach, Boone, Card- well. SECOND ROW: Kenny, Lucas, Marney, McGee. NOT PICTURED: Manley, Miller, Smith, McCoy, Anderson, Gale, Wiggins. PI DELTA EPSILON President JOHN CARDWELL Vice-President LESLIE BOONE Secretary MARLEE BAKER Treasurer ROSEMARY KENNY Pi Delta Epsilon was founded on Southwestern's campus on May 28, 1950. It is a National Honorary Collegiate Journalism Fraternity that strives to improve campus publica- tions and to create a keen interest in this field. Requirements for membership are that the person must be a junior or senior and have had a year of experience on a campus publica- tion. FIRST ROW: Baker, Deschner, Dusek. Holla- way. SECOND ROW: Hardin, Hubbard, Jones, McCoy. THIRD ROW : Munson, Smoot. SIGMA PHI ALPHA President JERRY HARDIN Vice-President MARLEE BAKER Secretary MARILYN DUSEK Sigma Phi Alpha is a fine arts honor society which was formerly known as the Mo- zart Society. Membership is limited to students of junior and senior standing, who have at least an 85 overall average, and who are doing creative work in the fields of music, literature, drama, and art. * FIRST ROW: Anderegg, Ahlberg, Brahm, Burkhart. Cserna. Dawson. SECOND ROW: Dale, Davis, Finch, Friesen, Godbey, Kattner. THIRD ROW: McBride, Meitzen, Messer. Rader, Ray, Reed. FOURTH ROW: Schulze, Sivells, Snoga, Treibs, Webernick, Wilcox. FIFTH ROW: Whitmore, Wolfe, Young, York, Youngblood, Ullrich. SCIENCE SOCIETY President HAROLD TREIBS Vice-Pres.— Biology .... JAMES McCLENDON Vice-Pres.— Chemistry BOB MESSER Vice-Pres.— Physics DAN AHLBERG Vice-Pres.— Mathematics . . LIONEL KATTNER Secretary-Treasurer LEWIS REED The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced students who have certain scholarship qualifications. One advanced course in biology, chemistry, physics, or mathematics is required, and a second course in one of these subjects must be in progress. The purpose of the society is the promotion of the scientific spirit in the lives of individuals. The society is active locally and is affiliated with the Texas Academy of Science and with the American Association for the Advancement of Science. FIRST ROW: Boines, Garrison, Jackson, Marney, Messer, Mitchell, Morris. SECOND ROW: Perry, Sissom, Smith, Steubling, Wittbold, Whitfield, Wright. FORENSIC CLUB President MARY MARNEY Vice-President JOE BERT SISSOM Secretary-Treasurer MURIEL WITTBOLD The Forensic Club is composed of students interested in the oratorical elements of speech. JERRY HARDIN JANET HINSON PI EPSILON DELTA Pi Epsilon Delta is a national honorary dramatic fraternity. It is restricted to juniors and seniors who have participated in two or more drama activities produced on the campus. Its chief aims are to stimulate interest in and raise dramatic standards and achievement through encouraging the best individual and group efforts in play writing, acting, directing, costuming, stage technique, stage designing, research, and literature. ■■■ t" *" _!* ' • L ■ mk«w J'-*«4>- FIRST ROW: Anderegg, Bair, Beard, Bell. Birdwell, Blalock, Blasdel. Bludworth. SECOND ROW: Boehm, Bowmer, Briley, Brown, Bryan, Chilton, Clements, Cockrill. THIRD ROW: Cox, Crow. Daniels. Dunn, Dur- renberger. Eddins, Evans. Gordon. FOURTH ROW: Griffith. Hall, Henderson, Horn. Jarmon. E. Kenny, R. Kenny, Kermeth. FIFTH ROW: Keith, King, Long, Mc Kinney, Miller. Morin. Muckelroy. Murphy. SIXTH ROW: Robertson, Shaffer, Sisserson, Steubing, Triggs, Walser, Williams, Worthy. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB President BERYL KERMETH Vice-President SUE BIRDWELL Secretary BRUCENE COX Treasurer JOANNE EVANS The Home Economics Club is an organization for girls especially interested in this field. Composed primarily of home economics students, it is, however, open to all girls who may wish to join. The purpose of the club is to increase interest in the study of home man- agement, child care and development, and other similar problems. It also provides stimu- lation of practical and social study of home economics. ^^_^__ FIRST ROW: Anderegg. Avant. Bair, Boehm, Bowmer, Broadwell, Bryan, Chapin. SECOND ROW: Chrietzberg, Corwin. Crump, Cockrill, Daniel, Daniels, Diltz. H. Durrenberger. THIRD ROW: L. Durren- berger, Easley, Gale. Gordon, Hallauer, Hasse. Jordan, E. Kenny. FOURTH ROW: R. Kenny, Long, McKay, Mayfield, Murphy, Nicholson, Powell, Reed. FIFTH ROW: Roberson, Robinson, Sisserson, Smith, Stinnett, Walker, Wilkins, Wilkinson. PHYSICAL CULTURE CLUB President SALLYE TOM SMITH Vice-President ALICE HALLAUER Secretary GLORIA DILTZ Treasurer BETTY CRUMP The Physical Culture Club is an organization for those girls who are majoring or minor- ing in physical education or those who are interested in some phase of sports. Its purpose is to develop interest in health and sports, and to further skill in playing and calling games. FIRST ROW: Bracks, Byerley, Dennis, Estes, Griffin. SECOND ROW: A. Hallauer, M. Hallauer. Marney, Messer, Ray. THIRD ROW: Spencer. Thompson. Winn. OFFICERS OF S.C.A. President ALICE HALLAUER Vice-President DARLENE BRUCKS Secretary MARY MARNEY Treasurer JOHN HART THOMPSON Campus Service MARY HALLAUER Community Service LOY ESTES International Relations Chairman BOB MESSER Deputations Chairman JOE RAY Social Chairman CHARLIE DENNIS Personal Contact Chairman — Women VIRGINIA SPENCER Men DON BYERLEY Publicity Chairman WATT WINN BLITZ GRIFFIN The Student Christian Association is an organization designed specifically to co-or- dinate the religious and other activities on the campus. It consists of the entire student body with certain persons elected to tt ":e charge of the functioning of this organization. This group makes up the S.C.A. Council. mr THE MEGAPHONE STAFF Editor Ernest Meitzen Associate Editor Blitz Griffin Society Editor Sammye McLelland Assistant Society Reporter Ann Walker Sports Editor Brad Miller Sports Assistant Lee Scott Art Editor Watt Winn Columnists Chicken Puryear M. T. Cage Women's Intramurals Sports Editor Lois Muckleroy Amusement Editor Leslie Boone Exchange Editor Jane Gale Feature Writers Hal Kennedy Marcia Newberger Staff Writers Sara Munson Peggy Bodine Claire Easley Photographer and Reporter Julian Hovey Makeup Editor John Meitzen Advertising Manager David Douglass Business Manager M. Howard Knox Sponsor Angus Springer THE SOU'WESTER STAFF Editor Rosemary Kenny Assistant Editor Marilyn Roberson Faculty Editor Jan Peaslee Class Editors Clara Jo Dyche Ellen Kenny Janey Smith Organization Editors Marilyn Wheeler Nell Morin Sports Editor Curtis Ledbetter Art Editor Patsy Overton Snapshot Editor Marilyn Holterman Photographers Lee Karr T. P. Crowe Editor Betty McCoy- Assistant Editor Brad Miller Feature Editor Mary Marney Assistant Feature Editor Sammie McClelland Art Editor Pat Bludworth Art Staff Marlene Leyendecker Mary J. Comfort Layout Emily Henderson Advertising Shelley Smith Advisors Mrs. Eunice Claire Geppert Mr. James Valone Mr. Carl Bergquist SOUTHWESTERN MAGAZINE FIRST ROW: McKinney, Weeks, Dusek, Chamberlain, Longley, Lewis, Roesler, Leeman, Mc- Curdy. SECOND ROW : Jones, Eckman, Newcomb, Brucks, Myers, Haynes, Chilton, Deschner, Davis. THIRD ROW : Marner, Warren, Bynum, Foster, Holloway, Dague, Gore, Weisinger. FOURTH ROW: Douglas, Dennis, Thompson, R. Ray, Malesky. FIFTH ROW: Cage, Staxnes, Piercy, Mr. Richards, Kelley, Henson, J. Ray. A'CAPPELLA CHOIR MR. JOHN RICHARDS, DIRECTOR Members of the A'Cappella Choir are carefully selected by Mr. Richards, director of the choir. They must first sing with either the Girls' or the Men's chorus before they may be eligible to try out for the A'Cappella Choir. The Choir sings for the chapel service each week. The A'Cappella Choir is known throughout the state for guality of singing and excellence of performance. S(h ■: ■ | « ,.;, n-i wmmm i% H^B- * *- %iSSs%/t~ %'%,&, • Si: v %*i%Tli^%**i.^:. **■ * s s» : i"* : W^f^liiKWlt :; ;'" ;: :; ':::J; MHHH GIRLS' CHORUS MEN'S CHORUS RTHLETKS '^v;*v Coaches TED BARE R. M. MEDLEY Asst. Coach Director of Athletics Pirates on the Practice Field GENE WHITE Three^Year Letterman .-BILL CREEKMORE ^ Two- Year Squadman JAMES WALKER One-Year Squadman JACK DANCER Two- Year Letterman BOB ADERHOLD Four- Year Letterman BUDDY LAWHORN Three- Year Letterman JAMES FENWICK Three-Year Letterman BUDDY FREY Three- Year Letterman Southwest Texas State clashed with the Southwestern Pirates in the first game of the season, with the Pirates proving their ability to play in the rain by stumping the Bobcats, 8 to 6. In the second game of the season, the Pirates lost a hard fought heartbreaker to Sam Houston State, 8 to 7. The Pirates then sailed through a rugged defensive battle against Stephen F. Austin with a 7 to victory. SHELLEY SMITH, Trainer vk MYRON DEES Two-Year Squadman /WALTER PETERSON V One- Year Letterman JOHN PAUL SCHULZE Three- Year Letterman FRANK WHITE Three- Year Letterman u CARLTON MASSEY Two-Year Letterman JOHNNY MYERS One-Year Letterman LAWRENCE COWLEY Two-Year Letterman KELLY BURKHART Two-Year Letterman Before a Homecoming crowd, the Pirates outplayed the Wildcats from Abilene Christian College but lost the game with a score of 7 to 6. Abilene went on to win the Texas Conference Championship. In their second conference tilt the Pirates sent the boys from Howard Payne tumbling before a screaming crowd of fans by a score of 19 to 13. The Austin College Kangaroos found the Pirates a weathered crew. Another Pirate victory, 27 to 7! GENE DAVENPORT Two- Year Letterman BILL HAWTHORNE v One-Year Letterman v CHARLES SCHOEN ^ One-Year Letterman BOB CASTANON Three- Year Letterman WENDELL GRAVES Three- Year Letterman ^ DAVID CARDWELL One- Year Squadman D. L. "PUTT" SAEGERT Three-Year Letterman KENNETH ADKINS Two-Year Letterman The Pirate ship, loaded with injured Pirates, sailed to Kingsville to engage in another bat- tle for the conference crown. The battered Pirates fell before the Javelinas from Texas A&I, by a score of 26 to 6. The Indians from McMurry were too much for the weakened Pirates. They defeated the fighting Pirates 34 to 14. The game was much closer then the score indicated. Leo Chafin re- turned a kick-off for a touchdown, only to have it called back on a penalty. J GEORGE FRANK One-Year Letterman CURTIS LEDBETTER Four-Year Letterman JACK SEARCY One- Year Letterman LARRY CROWNOVER Two- Year Letterman FLOYD PEARSON Two-Year Letterman LAWRENCE POWELL One-Year Letterman "SKIPPY" MORSE One-Year Letterman LEO CHAFIN Two-Year Letterman CHEER LEADERS (Which Ends Up! 4* * : ;..;" Marilyn Roberson, Margaret Winfrey, Virginia Robinson, Phyllis Taylor, Sara Munson. MAJORETTES FIRST ROW: Joan Dee Quinn, Virginia Spencer, Lois Muckelroy. SECOND ROW: John Hart Thompson, Paul Baker, Joe Cavness. CHEER LEADERS TOMMY CLARK JOE EDWARDS HERMAN HUMBLE BASKETBALL EDGAR JANAC moon McMillan DONALD PENNINGTON PAUL RADER BERT SHELLEY HAYWOOD SIMMS 67 Southwestern Texas Lutheran 45 66 Southwestern Daniel Baker 45 51 Southwestern East Texas Baptist 62 58 Southwestern East Texas Baptist 59 55 Southwestern Daniel Baker 54 39 Southwestern Univ. of Corpus Christi 52 66 Southwestern St. Edwards 61 48 Southwestern Austin College 55 66 Southwestern McMurry College 68 44 Southwestern Abilene Christian 78 LESLIE WEST COACH TED BARE : BACK ROW: Byerly, Kendrick, LaBarbera, Humble, Cowley, Schulze, Holbrook, Radetsky. MIDDLE ROW: Shelley, Peterson, Powell, Reed, Rader. BOTTOM ROW: Severn, Cavness. BASEBALL Bert Shelley, Lawrence Cowley, Frank Severn, John Paul Schulze and Paul Rader. 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